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Kingdom Men Rising is a movie starring Tony Evans, Tim Brown, and Tony Dungy. Kingdom Men Rising is a documentary exploring what it means to be a real man in the midst of cultural trends where there is confusion about masculinity....

Genres
Documentary
Director
Kyle Lollis
Starring
Tony Dungy, Arthur Evans, Tim Brown, Tony Evans

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Genres Documentary
Director Kyle Lollis
Stars Tony Dungy, Arthur Evans, Tim Brown, Tony Evans
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 33 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Kingdom Men Rising is a documentary exploring what it means to be a real man in the midst of cultural trends where there is confusion about masculinity. Challenging men to rise above what we've become to lives of no more excuses.

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Saturday, 08 Aug 2020 18:24

The documentary Kingdom Men Rising, produced by the International Coalition Against the Death Penalty, details the life of the famous London "Killing Fields" of 1953. The documentary paints a vivid and accurate portrait of a society's near genocide in the midst of a crisis that would force America to initiate the first execution in its history. England is losing its ability to provide for its growing population of elderly and sick citizens who need caring and help. One year earlier, on January 30th, 1953, at 3:00 in the morning, the army entered the "killing fields" of Kent in London to execute a few dozen of the country's own citizens for crimes including abortion, sodomy, murder, and desecration of burial sites. Over the next three days, over 7,000 were arrested and over 2,000 executed. In the last few days of the trial, there were no fewer than 23 witnesses on behalf of the convicted. This film goes behind the scenes of the trials that drove this trial, documenting the right to counsel and the opportunities of the prosecution. It shows the British prime minister John Major, his aide John Reston, the local clergyman John Stones, and the judge Lord Hardwicke. The film provides the viewer with the most complete and accurate information on the trials, including testimony from the two famous killers, the reporter Harry Fox, who was arrested and jailed on trumped-up charges, and an American witness, John Adams, who was tried and sentenced to death in a "trial for treason" that never happened. It is now clear that there was no trial, there were not many witnesses, and that the accused were imprisoned on trumped-up charges. This documentary, in turn, has given voice to many in Britain who have suffered a similar fate, with many who were not convicted and condemned. They speak for the real victims of these trials. A great film by David Pope, with a film crew that includes members of the film crew, prison guards, politicians, lawyers, and religious leaders. The film highlights several of the most courageous individuals who stood up for justice. The trial was a huge trial, the media portrayed it as a monumental trial that changed the course of history, but it was not. The trial ended in acquittal, and many of those involved in the case died at the hands of the British authorities. This is an important film for Americans and the world to learn more about this terrible event, which is still happening today. America has been slow to understand the connection between the abortion issue and the '50's anti-abortion movement. A few years ago, there was an interview in a conservative media outlet, which explained that "the abortion issue was not about the women, it was about the pro-life movement." (1) The film highlights this segment of the media segment, and tries to tell Americans the truth about this history.


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